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Pickens ........... ..... 254 197
Pickens Mill........... 26 23
Easley ........ ......... 177 135
Easley Mill............ 46 26.
Glenwood .............. 15 22
Alice M ill............... 301 22
Liberty .. .............. 1241 57
Flat Rock ..............
Norris.................... 26 16
Cateechee .............. 3:3 35
Central ................. 141 83
Isaqueena Mill........ 17 53
Calhoun ............... 85 1b
Six Mile................ 104 4
Gap Hill ............... 22 8.
Mile Creek ............ 51 8
Shady Grove......... 7 19
Praters ... .............. 37 10
Laurel Fork........... ...... 2
Rocky Bottom........ ...... 14
Antioch................. 36 32
Holly Springs......... 9 36
Pumpkintown ...... 77 16
Pleasant Grove...... 32 3:
Peters Creek.......... 11i 1)
Looper's Gin ......... 37 37
Dacusville ............ 52 1)
Cross Plains.......... 25- 0
Crosswell............... 20 16
TOTAL ............... 149710601
LCNOFFICIAL RETUttNS
The Pickens Sentinel
LOCAL BREVITIES'
Some Thing bou Know and Some /
You Don't Know Bout Oar
Towns, County & People
Mrs. J. J. Lewis is visiting
relatives in Pendleton.
Mr. W. A. Findley is visiting
his son Mr. F. L. Findley.
Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Webb are
visiting in Clarksville, Ga.
Mrs. Reese Fant, of Anderson,
is visiting Mrs. N. E. Thornley.
Miss Laura Cromer, of Green
ville, visited Mrs. Bruce Hagood
last week.
Mrs. L. R. Eaton, of Central,
is visiting Capt. Ivy Mauldin's
family.
Misses Geneva and Addie
Findley are visiting relatives in
Piedmont.
Mr. W. N. Gantt, of Newton,
Alabama, is visiting Mr. James
M. Gantt's family.
Mrs. Emma McDaniel. nee
Miss Richardson, of Atlanta, is
visiting in the city.
Mr. James Hendricks and
family, of Turnersville, Ga., are
visiting in Pickens.
Mr. J. H. Morgan, cotton mill
president, of Greenville, is visit
ing R. A. Bowen, Esq.
.Miss Jessie Lewis, daughter
of Mr. J. J. Lewis, is very ill
with typhoid fever.
Miss Josie Chastain, the very
efficient saleslady at Craig Bros.
is spending her vacation.
Mr. Edwin L. Johnston, a
prominent business man of
Memphis, Tenn., was a visitor
in town Monday.
Mr. Norton W. Simmons and
family, of Charleston, are
spending the summer at Mr.
Judge M. Welborn's.
Mr. Clayton Newton and
family have returned from a
visit to the former's father, in
Pendleton.
Mr. Elijiah Morgan, of near
Griffin church, is very ill. Dr.
L. F. Robinson is the attending
physician.
Messrs. Lee and Arlington
Ragsdale, of Anderson county,
are on a visit to Mr. V. A. F~er
guson's family.
Mrs. Aaron Boggs is attending
a meeting of the old1 Stone
church and Cemeter.y Associa
tion. Gen. Andrew Pickens is
buried there.
Presiding Elder, P. F. Kilko
delivered a very practical and
forceful sermon on Sunday
morning in the Methodist church
Immediately after he held the
quarterly conference.
The Pickens mill is preparing
to add 6,000 spindles and 160
looms to its plant. This is due
to the efficient management of
Pres. Haggood and Supt. Aber
crombie.
Rev. Arthur Christopher is
' 'a protracted meeting at
irch this week. He
Sstrong sermon Sun
which he requested
:s be not discussed on
umocratic P
tat Congress Governor
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Miss Fredda Hughes, of Rich
land, is the guest of Miss Mary
Lewis.
Jr. Bowen Parsons has de
parted for Florida, where his
father is in business.
Rev. Kirby's little daughter,
Emily, has been suffering with
fever, but is now improving.
Mr B. A. Hagood has return
ed from Birmingham, accom
panied by Miss Ledbetter of that
city.
Little Miss Ellin, Sarah Finley
are visiting their cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Stewart,;
this week.
Married, by Judge Newberry,
at his residence on August 25th,
Mr. Fred G. Hunter and Miss
Mattie Powell, both of Liberty.
Mrs. Maggie Sturdivant, of
Monroe, N. C., and Mrs. J. D.
Coleman, of Mississippi, are
visiting Mr. T.L. Bivens' family.
Messrs. Hovey and Barton
Nealy, with their families, at
tended the family re-union of
Mr. M. W. Newton, in Pendle
ton.
Mr. Sheriff Brown and wife
have returned from a pleasant:
stay with the former's brother,
Mr. Jno. tBrown, in Laurens
county.
Mr. T. H. Stewart thanks his
friends heartily for their sup
pport on Tuesday and will ap
preciate their aid in the second
race.
Mr. Lloyd H. Grandy, of El
len town, left Tuesday after
spending several days with
homefoks. He was accom pa
nied by his nephew Chiarles
Curtis, who will spend several
weeks in the low country.
Miss Mary Lewis delighted
her many friends with a lawn
party last Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Loehr, of
Gastonia,.-are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Ashmnore.
Mr. Luther S. Grandy, of~
Greenwood, spent Monday with
h~iother, B. E. Grandy.
Miss Nellie Freeman is visit
ing relatives in Chester.
The younger set were enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Geo.
S. Legare last Friday night
Mrs. J. J. Lewis and daugh
ter Miss Ella. are visiting atl
Clemson.
Mrs. Alice Cochran. of Cal
houn spent last week with the
f mily of Mr. A. J. Boggs.
Mrs. Alfred Alexander, of the
Gap Hill section, while return
ing home from church last week,
was thrown from the buggy
when her horse ran away, and
sustained a broken wrist and
severely bruised hip. She is
confined to her bed.
The county candidates, while,
speaking to the voters here Sat
urday, expressed their thaks to
the people of Pickens county (es
pecially the ladies) for the cour
tesy, kin dness and hospitalityV
shown them during the cam
paign. We are gratified to hear'
this, and also to learn that there
was no unpleasant nor any un-I
kind r emarks between the can
didates. The other counties of
South Carolina may follow.
Mr. Arthur Porter extends his
hearty thanks to the voters for
their support: especially the
mil men, from whom he Teeei\
rimary Eleci
:olicitor House of Representatiy
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The Pickens School.
The Pickens High and Graded
School will soon open its doors
for the next scholastic year. A
full corps of competent teachers 1
will be in charge of the school ,
for the next year with Professor I
Ballentine in charge, and the
best possible work of the schools
will depend on the co-operation
of the patrons with those who 1
have the educational interests I
of the pupils in hand. The ob
ject of the school is to furnish
the means of education to the
children within its reach and
influence, and every child that
can attend ought to go regularly1
to school from the opening day.
Attendance counts for much,
and regular attendance means
more for the individual pupil
than it does for any teacher.
A child has but one life and
therefore but one opportunity,
in that sense, to attend school,1
ard the early, impressionable<
age is the time to start the child1
in the habit of proper tuition.
The parent holds the key to the
situation in the public school life
of the child, and where it is pos
sible to send the child where it
can get the advantages of educa
tion and this is not done, the
parent is to that extent recreant
in his duty to that child.
Good schools are the best asset
in the development of a commu
nity. We pay tax;es in this
town, perhaps, the equal of any
rat(e of taxation in any comnmu
nity in the state. We do this
because the people realize that I
the school is not only a necessity
now, but it is the best force in
the comnmunity, outside of the
churches, for the permanent
building of character in our<
midst and will make its lasting
effect upon the place hereafter.
Nor is it purely local in its effect.
We want our community to1
grow. People will never feel
that pressure of invitation to:
come where their best educa
tional interests are not fostered
and Eb4perly cared for. Think
about it, and if your child is not
ready for the school when it<
opens in September, get it ready
ad let it partake of the common:
good for which the school is
maintained.
Death of Mrs. Lucy Goodman.
Mrs. Lucy Goodman, wife of
Mr. Jno. C. Goodman, died on
Friday. August 16, after an ill
ness of three weeks. Before;:
her marriage she was Miss Lucy i
Baker.
The deceased was 25 years.
ol, and was an active member
of the church at Calhoun school
house where she has been al
Sunday school teacher for a:
number of years.
Interment was in Stone,
church cemetery Saturday after
noon, the funeral services being ~
conducted by Rev. McCane,
assisted by Rev. Mills.
She is survived by three.
children, her mother and father
and seven brothers and three'
sisters.
"A precious one from us is gone
The voice we loved is stilled,
A place is vacant in our home,!
Which never can be filled."
J. S.B.
For Sale or Rent.
One two story brick store on
Main street, in Pickens. Terms I
on Pickens
s Clerk Court Sheriff C
r4 Co
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Wonderful Meeting at Golden
Grove and Flat Rock.
Golden Grove church closed a
wonderful revival on August 18,
the pastor, Rev. Levi Rigdon
nd Mr. Walter Miller. of Eas
ley, conducting the services.
[t was the bestmeeting in many
years. People came from far
nd near, packing the church
bo its capacity. Splendid be
avior prevailed and for which
we are thankful, and to our
3od be all the glory.
From the very first service
bhe tide of salvation ran so high
bhat we did not have preaching
but spent the time in song and
prayer. Several s uls requested
prayer, and 92 claimed the
lessings of Gcd.
The pastor preached on Mis
ions Sunday morning, and the
:olection for that purpose
amounted to $79.00. A ring
meeting was conducted in the
3vening; a novice to quite a
aumber. -At the close five souls
bestified that they had been
wonderfully saved.
Sunday night marking the
ast service, the pastor chose as
ais text the seventh and eighth
verses of the sixth chapter of
Revelation.
When the altar call was md
here was a liberal response.
rhe Lord's supper followed,
Wesleyan, Baptist and Metho
dist partaking. We believe in
his, for we do not think any
ect of people has a right to say
the supper Is theirs when it be
ongs to the Lord. You may
ot agree with us, but you can
mswer if you wish.
The dear people of Flat Rock
materially aided the meeting,
aspecially in the singing, and of
ourse we were glad to meet;
with them at the communion
:able. The meeting is now
eing conducted at Flat Rock
by the pastor of the Liberty
Baptist church. We trust
many souls will be saved. The
aarvest is truly white, and very
soon the cry will be that the
arvest is passed, the summer
med and I am not saved.
Now my brother preacher will
you not do your best for the
aving of souls in every way'
you can?
I heard a man a few days ago
unning do wn our paper. I told
him1 that the men of Pickens
~ounty make thze paper, and if it
were not what it should be, I
bought some one would be held,
esponsihle at the judgemnent
ar. Take your pen, as well as
Bible and song book, and write
rhe Sentinel a few lines. Our1
ditor will be glad to hear from
iou,- and to know that you are
1t dead. I know of pastors'
who do not see their people for
nonths. A few lines in The
sntinel will bless your people
rd help the paper. You say1
hey don't take it but I say they
will if you will write for it,
Th editor will be blessed with
1ew subscribers, and the Lord
will bless you
And yet some will sit around
md chew tobacco and abuse
heir own county paper. God
said that whatsoever a man
soweth, that shall he also reap.
You may think that this is
bight. but it is a fact. I appre
iate the good pieces in its
olumns, but they can be in
reased in number. I will look
ror you in the next issue.
county 191.
ounty Treasurer Auditor (
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BUSINESS LOCI-ALS.
FOR SALE-40 acres fine
farm land. Good dwelling, out
buildings, water, Dasture, good
orchard and other improve
ments within half a mile of Six
Mile Academy. Terms easy.
J. B. Robinson,
Central. S. C., R. 2.
FOR SALE-Nice horse and
buggy. Horse six years old
rich sorel, sound as a dollar,
good style, high class roadster.
fargan. Good dweGllig, ot
buildngs water Greenvile, g.oC.
ochardoand otaecontmprote
chants wtin hour muile ouri
Mieca0dmy. Term pieais
now ~central.bu we Cre R ti2.
FOR tesaE-place ose you.
3r-18 sorsounds a dolare.
Willote 86.areenville borrowe
chae Masn our o buiensu
specia 30. dlase lorene ish
nowhcallediofflbateweaaleostil
riat haay ace see u.
3tssble Paron R. Ashmore.
aO guiALErm90h antrooman of
Dru weove Mileas rer earo Hute
mill p0ares oing astaeon cut&
ato bealac my ooksnd
Reasonble JermR.1 Ashmre
Od bottom 0 acrs no
TwlvMlerierWash Hunter
R. F. D. 3 Liberty, S. C.
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Notice
All persons interested are~
hereby requested to meet. with!
suitable tools on Thmisday
morning, August 29th, to clean
off the Morgan grave yard.
Respectfually,
G. C. Bolding.
J. T. Dillard,
J. E. Garrett,
Committee.
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5 They are only 25c a box.
8 on receipt of 25c in coin or sta
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MOLESOFF was the besti
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aetters from persons w(
much valuable inlormation
free upon request.
S If you have trouble in gett
to the undersigned.
S $100 in gold will be paid tb~
picture bef ore and after usin
be accepted by us, and used
Smillion people will see your
ugly growth on your person.
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COLLEGE OF CH4 RLESTON
127th YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 27
Entrance examinalions at all the county-sats on Friday July 5, at 9 a
It offers courses in Ancient anei Mod-. Langruages, Mathematics. Hitory
tical Science, Debatir.. Chemistry. Poysics. Biology. and Engineering.
Courses for B. A.. B. S. an,. B. S. degree with Engineering.
A free tuition scholarship to each county of South Carolina. Vacant
sAholarships giving $M00 a year and free'tuition. open to competitivee
in S-ptembe.-.
Exj*nses reasonable. Terms and eatalogne on application. Write to
HARRISON RANDOLPH, President
Charleston, S..
.eductionn
tol1=2 0;
3 Season's Prettiest Hats
go for a Song
iE AND GET FIRST- CH01CE
COMPANY
For Sale or Exchage1
1.'hwh lot, just back of school house, 7 roomhouse,
* outbi.:. , etc.
1 ia lot with good house, water works, etc., just
3 in frm of the 1.39 acre lot.
2acre lot with a good big house on it, about 1 mile
of C. H., o goat asacrifice. Fr uojbli
B good shape, to sell or swap for real estate. Also 2 good~
3mules, one-horse wagon.
56 H. P. International mounted, gasoline engine, ls
: 2H. P. gasoline engine, all in good condition.
* I also have a lot of other bargains in farm lands,3
Wtown property, etc. I can make it to your interest to'
*see me before buyi g land or r.'nting a house as I have
Ia lot to of ; you. Let me know your wants. I can
fill them.
.1. R. ASH MO RE, "The Land Man"
An Achiihg Back and
Bearing Down Pains
Only suffering womanhood knows what it means to struggle against the paralyzinlg
influence of these symptoms. There is household work that must be done and
only a weak, nervous, discouraged woman to do it. It is almost a hopeless
prospect. No wonder these poor women find life a dreary burden. There is help
at hand, however, for those who will use it.
DR. SIMMONS
Squaw Vine Wine
Is a Woman's Medicine
It is as pleasant to take as the jui ce cf a sw~eet orange yet it performs wonders.
It puts an end to sufferi:;g. builds up the nervous system, strengthens the
appetite and acts beneficia!!y cn women's delicate organism. 'promoting
regularity, cheerfuness, a strong vigorous body and clear, healthy complexion. p
Sold by Druggists and Dealers. Price $1.00 Per Bottle.
C. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
KEO WEE PHARMACY '.
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